When we get out of bed in the morning, we don’t know what the day ahead holds. It could be routine. It could be amazing. It could be devastating. No matter what each day holds, one of the biggest influences on the direction our days take is our own attitude. We can live in fear, worry, and anxiety, or we can choose to live with purpose, trusting God in every circumstance.
Compact and concise, Carolyn Larsen’s Words of Comfort for Women and Words of Hope for Women each offer you 90 inspiring devotional readings that will help you remember God’s presence in your days and see your world from a positive perspective. These short, to-the-point readings illuminate God’s promises and show you just how they apply to your everyday life. Beautifully designed, these devotionals are the perfect gift for a friend–and for yourself.
Carolyn Larsen has written more than 40 books for children and adults. She is best known as the author of the Little Girls Bible Storybook line of products, which have collectively sold more than one million units. In addition, Carolyn is a speaker who has taught and spoken extensively in the United States and overseas. She is the cofounder of the performing group Flashpoints, which is comprised of five women who share a God-ignited passion to encourage women and girls to know God better through drama, creative movement, signing, and humor. Carolyn is the mother of three and lives with her husband in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
My Rating: 5 stars!!
I can’t say enough good things about this book. It is just perfect for a quick pick me up from God. A verse from the Bible and a short devotion is what it consists of and it’s so comforting. The very first one I read ministered to my spirit. It is just the right size to tuck into your purse, too, to carry with you and pull out when you feel the need of an encouraging word from the Lord. I will certainly be reading this one many times. I plan to keep it by my chair always. I highly recommend this.|
*My thanks to Revell Publishing for a preview copy of this book. The opinion stated here is expressly my own.